toasting fork


noun
  1. a long-handled fork used for cooking or toasting frankfurters, marshmallows, bread, etc., usually over an open fire.

Origin of toasting fork

1
First recorded in 1830–40

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How to use toasting fork in a sentence

  • Approaching in their direction at this moment, her face flushed and holding a long toasting fork in one hand, was Dorothy McClain.

  • He took the toasting-fork and sausage from me as he spoke, and set forth the Aged's breakfast neatly on a little tray.

    Great Expectations | Charles Dickens
  • Kitchen closet number three came forward, and put into his hand a nice, big toasting-fork.

    The House With Sixty Closets | Frank Samuel Child
  • Then it gave her a toasting-fork and some slices of bread, and set her in front of the kitchen fire.

    Littlebourne Lock | F. Bayford Harrison
  • His consisted of a bird-cage and a toasting-fork, I believe; mine, of an easel and a boot-jack.